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Depleted Buckeyes Sputter and Collapse to Alabama in National Championship Game

Reading Time: 2 minutesWhat a depressing way to end such a successful season. All I will say is that 2020 Alabama compares extremely similarly to 2019 LSU. Both teams have historic offenses, a plethora of weapons with high-quality quarterbacks, and strong enough defenses to limit what opposing offenses can do. Ohio State had their hands full, and it did not help that injuries piled up during the game, which followed the announcement that several starters would be out due to a positive COVID-19 test from kicker Blake Haubeil. Defensive Struggles This section will be short, sweet, and to the...

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Dabo’s 11th Ranked Buckeyes Begin 2021 With Dominating Revenge in a Sugar Bowl Victory

Reading Time: 3 minutesWHAT. A. GAME. WHAT A PERFORMANCE! The offense looked virtually unstoppable, and the defense wreaked havoc as the game waned on. Justin Fields looked like the best player in the country, and the Trey Sermon-led running attack continued their dominance. Ohio State pulled off the upset, and proved all the doubters wrong in a huge 49-28 over Trevor Lawrence and Clemson. Offensive Firepower The offense looked like it could do whatever it wanted all game long. Ryan Day’s constant switching of tempo confused Clemson early, and Ohio State had a day all over the field. Justin...

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Sermon’s Historic Day, Ohio State’s Defense Dominate Northwestern

Reading Time: 2 minutesJustin Fields looked awful, and Northwestern had the Buckeyes on upset watch for at least a half, but the Buckeyes prevailed in an ugly, grind it out game. Even through all the adversity, the Buckeyes prevailed 22-10 over Northwestern to win another Big Ten title. Defense Ohio State’s defense truly took a “bend-but-don’t break” mentality as the game progressed. Northwestern’s first few drives took a lot of time and momentum off the clock, and they piled up lots of yards on the Buckeyes. As the game progressed, the Buckeyes began to enforce their will defensively, slowly...

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Depleted Buckeyes Derail Spartans

Reading Time: 2 minutesLET’S GO! Michigan WEEK HAS BEGUN! What a game, what a game. The Larry Johnson-led Buckeyes (due to Ryan Day’s quarantine) and reserves stepped up where they were needed, and the veteran play of Justin Fields proved too much for Michigan State, when Ohio State demolished them 52-12. Offense This is the Justin Fields I have been waiting for. Do-it-all Justin Fields, on the ground, through the air, even blocking. The leadership and composure of Fields with a depleted offensive line was amazing to watch. He played remarkably well, and Ohio State ran for 322 yards...

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Ohio State Week 5 Takeaways: Surviving a Shoutout

Reading Time: 2 minutesIt was simply surviving. That’s how it felt, and that’s how it appeared for Ohio State. In a game that honestly exposed Ohio State defensively, Indiana kept closing the gap on the Buckeyes Offensively, Ohio State amassed huge numbers, even with 3 Justin Fields turnovers, and they showed true balance in the win. However, I still have no idea what to think, though: Is Indiana legit, or did Ohio State struggle?  Justin Fields Fields had the worst game of his career, by far. He played better in the second half, but it didn’t matter. I have...

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